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Electric Daisy Carnival 2013

This is one party Nevada doesn’t want to see end.

EDC could balk if lawmakers up the entertainment tax

February 25th, 2015

This is one party Nevada doesn’t want to see end.

  • Nightlife

    Last year's edition of the party at the Speedway sold out well ahead of its lineup announcement. Get on it!

  • Nightlife

    The Electric Daisy Carnival juggernaut continues to pay dividends for the Las Vegas area.

  • Nightlife

    The group is just one contingency of more than 500 performers (i.e.: not DJs) who help bring America’s biggest dance party to life.

  • Nightlife

    A look at EDC 2014: Logistical issues and too much commercial EDM hampered an otherwise well-produced Electric Daisy Carnival.

  • Nightlife

    There's promise and appeal beyond EDM and the high-production stages for which EDC is most known

  • Nightlife

    EDC 2014 solidified the festival’s shift from the underground to the mainstream.

  • Nightlife

    DJs? Whatever. Electric Daisy Carnival is outfit eye candy. Behold the fashions of EDC 2014.

  • Nightlife

    Dancing to Kaskade's art-car performance one moment, witnessing a struggle for survival the next.

  • Nightlife

    So much has changed since the first EDC 18 years ago. One old-school raver returns to the fest to see what it has become.

  • Nightlife

    Kaskade! Carousels! Sleepy partiers!

  • Nightlife

    Beads, bras and Batman at the Speedway for EDC Night 1!

  • Nightlife

    In my six years of EDC, I’ve never been more musically unsatisfied than I was on Friday.

  • Nightlife

    A remodeled Kinetic Field, brutal traffic conditions and a strangely sleepy Friday vibe.

  • NewsBreaking News

    Montgomery Tsang, 24, of San Leandro, Calif., was pronounced dead at 6:12 a.m., according to the Clark County Coroner's Office. The circumstances surrounding Tsang's death ...

  • Nightlife

    Fireworks! A giant pipe-organ DJ booth! And more!

  • Nightlife

    The London-based producer is a throwback to the U.K.'s minimal house scene.

  • Nightlife

    It’s too easy to gravitate toward the familiar rather than seek out new faces. Our guide to must-see acts at EDC 2014.

  • Nightlife

    An attendee recalls a much smaller scene

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  • Music

    The Killers’ frontman only plays three new songs from upcoming solo album The Desired Effect.

  • As We See It

    From lobster rolls to married-in-Vegas shops, this new mini-mall is ready to party.

  • Dining

    The thing about pho is that it’s pretty much the same all over.

  • Music

    If he didn’t win you over from behind his turntables, his bear hug and wide smile would close the deal.

  • Nightlife

    Local nightlife veteran Jesse Waits has kept Encore's megaclub XS on top six years after its debut.

  • Nightlife

    The SLS’ new cool-down spot, from swordfish salad to Steve Angello.

  • Reviews

    Great, easy comfort food from the island of Guam.

  • Dining

    The expo has been around for 30 years. John Arena’s been there for 29 of them.

  • As We See It

    The new app might get better, but for now it has issues.

  • Dining

    Chef Brian Malarkey brings his upbeat, social eatery to the Strip on March 27.

  • Dining

    From pambazo to pozole, this mom-and-pop eatery does it right.

  • Arts & EntertainmentThe Smith CenterLas Vegas Philharmonic

    “I’m hoping ... maybe it can create a shift in the thinking of how things happen here. Brave is about changing your comfort zone.”

  • A&E

    The retro-themed roller skating party is back in Vegas after taking a break in 2012.

  • As We See It

    "That’s gotta be going through his head ... how he went from going places and now it turned very quickly. He’s doing a lot of ...

  • As We See It

    Las Vegas excels in over-the-top VIP packages, but the latest two surpass extravagance.

  • Weekly Q&A

    “When you discuss all-American, it’s blond-haired, blue-eyed, plays baseball, apple pie.”

  • As We See It

    Also, recent visitation numbers show gaming is down. Better luck next year?